04.10.2007 08:00 AM
Omnia Audio unveils new audio processor

Omnia ONE for coded audio is a one-box solution for preconditioning audio for digital broadcasting that minimizes the audible effects of bit-reduction.

Omnia ONE uses SENSUS technology, developed in collaboration with Telos, to monitor content and dynamically optimize processing for the target encoder, resulting in fewer coding artifacts for smooth, clean multicasts.

Satellite broadcasters, producers of webcasts or podcasts and those prepping audio for broadcasting to cellular phones can benefit from Omnia ONE.

Omnia ONE offers a wideband gain rider and four-band AGC that allows fine adjustments, look-ahead final limiting and time-aligned, dynamically flat crossovers.

For more information, visit www.omniaaudio.com.

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